How To Make A Cube In Illustrator | How To Create A 3d Cube In Adobe Illustrator

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How To Create A 3d Cube In Adobe Illustrator

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Hello, today! I’m going to show you how to create a vase 3d cube. Using the perspective grid tool. First, we’ll create this pattern of house. Let’s open a new document. Get rid of a stroke and change the fill to black now. Press the letter M to switch to the rectangle tool and draw a square deselect change the color to something bright and press the letter L for the ellipse tool or selected from the toolbar panel Click in the center and draw a big circle. Now draw a small circle on top and align it with the big circle. Make sure your smart guides are turned on. Let’s zoom out next. We’ll create eight copies around the big circle with a small circle selected press the letter. R for the rotate tool now holding down the Alt key. Click in the center to set validation point type 360 over whatever number of circles you would like to have and click copy, then press the ctrl and D Keys on your keyboard. Several times to create more copies next, select all the yellow circles and group them together, then select everything, go to Pathfinder and choose – front. Let’s resize it and move it to the center and we are ready to create our 3d cube first press with Shift + P keys on your keyboard. For the perspective grid tool or selected from the toolbar panel. Let’s modify the grid a little bit, Bring the vertical extend down and of a horizontal plane up now resize the square a little bit more and bring it down, zoom in on this area and we are ready to build our cube first. We’ll copy our squared over left plane. Make sure the square is selected. Next press of a shift +. V keys on your keyboard to switch to the perspective selection tool now click on the blue plane to activate it and then holding down the Alt key. Click on the square. Hold and drag it on to the left plane. Make sure to align it with the center point of our grid next. We’ll copy the Black Square to the right plane. First, click on the right plane to activate it and then holding down the Alt key. Copy the Square and place it. So it is aligned with the other square this time. Click on the horizontal plane to activate it, Or if you prefer, you can press the number 2 on your keyboard and like before, click on the square hold and drag to align it with the bottom center point next well. Copy the bottom part to the tab. Make sure the bottom horizontal plane is still selected. I’m going to change the color of this part to gray. So it is easier for you to see the next step will be a little tricky, but you can do it. First, click on the bottom square to select it and then holding down the Alt + number 5 keys on your keyboard, drag it up to align with the top intersection. Now release the mouse and then release the keys and we will repeat the same step with the two side squares first, activate the right square by clicking on it and then holding down the alt and number 5 keys, move it to the to align it with the opposite side, and we need one more copy to close the cube, click on the Left Square and like before press and hold down the alt and number five keys to create the last side. Now adjust the color. Let’s turn off of a grid by pressing V ctrl shift, and I keys on your keyboard, and if you like, you can add a gradient, for example. Finally, we need to check. If all the sites are aligned, let’s zoom in on this corner now. Using the lasso tool, create a circle around all the anchor points of this corner, then right-click with your mouse Choose average, make sure both axes are selected and click. OK, and do the same with the other corners. Finally delete the tab square. Thanks for watching bye-bye you.